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When the armature current of 5 Amp is flowing through the dc motor the torque produced is 47 Nm. Keeping the speed constant if the armature current is increased to 7 amp, calculate the new torque. Assume losses to be constant.
27.73 Nm .
38.5 Nm.
74 Nm.
65.8 Nm.
27.73 Nm .
38.5 Nm.
74 Nm.
65.8 Nm.
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